Disney's world of English by D. Warshawsky

By D. Warshawsky

Disney's global of English: books four КНИГИ ; ГУМАНИТАРНЫЕ НАУКИ Автор: D. Warshawsky Название: Disney's global of English: books 4Издательство: simple ABCФормат: pdfРазмер: 19 mb Изучаем английский с детьми вместе с героями Диснея выпуск four http://.com/files/3m2e1kjpi eighty five

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The broken shutters went flying wide at a touch—they leaned that way; and there came pushing in a rare white fog, flopping into the dismal room and laying curious, long, white curls of vapor and filmy veils on the mirror and about the lamp. All out of doors was one white mystery. This battered, once fine old house, with its defaced frescoed walls and high lintels, was like a skeleton wrapped in cerements, or the vaporous garments of a ghost. At the door stood a huge chariot of a dead-and-gone fashion, and gray with age.

A cluster of women stood on a spidery pier, their blue gowns whipping in the wind. They shaded their eyes, and one waved a red neckerchief after a lugger whose red sail laid over until it almost skimmed the water. They were fishermen’s wives 21 22 C H E N I E R E C A M I N A DA watching their men go off to the winter camps. As we sailed on from sight or sound of the old, quaint pirate village I could still see that bit of blue of the women who must weep, blurring the soft gray coast line of the Caminada.

11 I could hear from off “the island” opposite to me the buzzing of a harmonicon, and the pretty melody of a concertina. ” 12 It was election night in the far-off great city. It was opera night at home. Something rushed by me like a black lightning flash. I think it was a belated pigeon hurrying back to one of those red tower-like cotes. An old soldier had been talking to me, telling me about the war—why the elections of all the world couldn’t switch him off from that battle of Manassas! ” Between me and the water there loomed a great cross—tall and black and heavy as the one once carried to the height of Calvary.

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